Re: Equalizing Advantage

Date: Thu Feb 17 2000 - 11:02:08 EST

Even if one were to acknowledge what you say as having even a scintilla of
truth, it still fails to address my question. Even if I believe your
"glass ceiling...70 cents...lesser salary" statements, which I'm unsure
that I do, then still one must have enough sense to acknowledge that while
these are areas in which males have unfair advantage, there are areas in
which females have unfair advantage. The question was, given the
appearance that the "equity" movement as represented by this group seems to
want to equalize male advantage, what has been done to equalize female

For example, you boohooed about "lesser salary for women college graduates
than men high school graduates... ." How about the fact that there are
more male dropouts than women, and that women make up more of the student
bodies of most institutions of higher education. What has the "equity"
movement done to equalize this? How have those who proclaim "equity" tried
to make the schools more boy-friendly? This is my question. Do you have
an answer?

Hugs - Happy Valentines Day!
Miss Amber V. DeWine (soon to be Mrs. Amber V. Tower!!!)

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